O’Malley was Dillon Biden’s campaign manager, joining his team in March, and he has since strengthened support among his primary rivals. He helped turn a Schustering primary organization that struggled to raise money into a general election Jakarnath, which eventually turned Donald Trump into a one-time president. She was the first woman to lead the winning Democratic presidential race.
O’Malley Dillon will join Ron Klein, who was announced as Biden’s incumbent leader last week, and Cedric Richmond, a spokesman for sources who say he will leave CNN Congress and join Biden in a senior role in the White House.
O’Malley Dillon has long told friends he was not interested in working in the West Wing after the campaign, but after serving in top positions in several political campaigns – both the failed primary primary campaign of former Representative Peto O’Rourke and Barack Obama’s presidential campaigns – the Democrats never served in the White House.
That historical twist, a person familiar with his decision, said it has been proven beyond doubt. O’Malley Dhillon is expected to have an operational portfolio at the White House – the role Jim Messina played in Obama’s first term.
He has held a number of top positions within the universe of democratic organizations, including Managing Director of the Democratic National Committee and Institutional Partner on Precision Strategies, a democratic advisory body.